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Old   March 30, 2010, 08:47
Default Turbulent-laminar flows
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Hi All,
I'm modeling a case in which the flow starts turbulent and then as time passes the flow decays away and eventually turns to laminar. I would appreciate very much if any one let me know how to set up this scenario in fluent, if possible.
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